The Bush administration is not going to force agencies to eliminate 40,000 management positions, as President Bush proposed during his campaign, according to OMB Director Mitch Daniels.
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President Bush’s campaign promise to eliminate 40,000 federal management positions over eight years will be harder to achieve than administration officials originally expected.
Lawmakers on Thursday questioned two nominees for senior government operations positions in the Bush administration about performance-based service contracts, outsourcing and other management issues.
Federal agencies are doing a slightly better job of telling the public what their missions are and how they plan to meet them, according to a study released Wednesday.